India Needs Professional President

India Needs Professional President

Pushing all ifs and buts, finally Hasmukh Adhia has announced that the GST will be rolled out from July 1, 2017 in India. However, majority of economists and case studies on the GST suggests that India will face huge economic slowdown in next two years post GST implementation which means 2019 Parliamentary Polls would be fought on perception rather achievements and failure of the Modi government. The Indian Railways create near 50 percent of the government jobs and around 20 percent of the railway jobs have been put into the cold storage in last fortnight with an announcement that around 10,900 jobs would be curtailed and near 11,000 new recruitments have been put into abeyance. Such types of news are not good for the organized sector and encourage businessmen to remain unorganized. Since, our economy is not going to perform well in coming two years; it’s high time for the Commerce, Finance and the External Affair Ministry to work as a cohesive force and help Indian economy perform better both in domestic and the global front and cool the GST heating effect on the national economy. Read More…




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